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In response to the growing, and often overlooked drug and alcohol addiction dilemma in the Jewish community, a new kosher and rabbinically endorsed recovery program is being launched in the New York … more
Have you ever watched your child sleep and see them breathing through his or her mouth? Mouth breathing, or breathing through the mouth instead of the nose, may lead to trouble for … more
By Barbra Rubin-Perry The South Nassau Communities Hospital Emergency Department expansion project is under way.  The emergency room will continue to function even as sections of it are … more
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital of Far Rockaway has announced the appointment of Margaret Frantz as the hospital’s first Chief Patient Experience Officer. In this role, Frantz will be … more
There are a lot of unknowns with Zika, but there’s no reason to be scared. That was the message of a lecture about the mosquito-borne virus at South Nassau Communities Hospital on Monday, … more
Prime Minister Netanyahu said he was “deeply moved” by a musical performance by disabled children at his annual pre-Pesach reception last week. Netanyahu shared a video of the … more
Flossing seems to be the one dental hygiene technique you can use at home to promote clean teeth and good oral health that is likely to be most troublesome for most people. It can be viewed as … more
Everyone knows that taking care of your teeth can help prevent tooth decay and the need for extensive work such as root canals or implants. But do you know that the benefits of good teeth can go … more
Chicken soup is known as the “Jewish penicillin,” but there’s much more to the deep connection between the Jewish experience and healing, argues a new exhibit. “Medicine … more
Time flies. Six years ago last week, Senate Democrats used a process called reconciliation, which was created to apply only to budget bills (because it eliminates the filibuster) to pass the Patient … more
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